Maurizio’s focus has encompassed work on city and regional strategies,
the masterplanning of new mixed-use neighbourhoods and the development of
build-to-rent housing, tailored to the different needs of public and private
Maurizio has been leading part of the wider Harrow Housing scheme which is reshaping three carparks next to Canons Park, Raynors Lane and Stanmore Station into residential neighbourhoods, with new public routes and civic amenity. Maurizio has also been involved in leading the design of Byron Quarter, a long-term framework to fund and deliver new leisure facilities, park improvements and a mixed-tenure residential quarter of 820 new homes in the London Borough of Harrow. Designed in collaboration with an extensive group of stakeholders, the design coherently revises and reconfigures leisure uses to increase accessibility and park-front activities to elevate community health and wellbeing.
Past projects include the regeneration of Ponders End in Enfield, and a masterplan for a 30ha site in South Bermondsey. Maurizio joined the practice in 2012 and previously worked for Design for London (DfL) and the GLA on the All London Green Grid programme.